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CAMEROON

Male to Male relationships: Not Legal
Punishments for male to male relationships: Imprisonment of less than 10 years
Female to Female Relationships: Not Legal
Marriage and Substitutes for Marriage: No law

Your Views

Are you LGBTI? We want to hear from you! Help us inform other users of the site with your views on this country. Below is a random question about this country. If it is relevant to you please answer it.

Have you been denied medical treatment in CAMEROON because of your sexual orientation?

The majority of people visiting this site have said No

No (100%) Yes, the doctor told me I couldn’t be treated because of my sexual orientation (0 %) Yes, but without explanation (0 %) Yes (0 %)

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Readers Experiences

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martial (user currently living in CAMEROON) posted for gay readers on 28/06/2013
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hello to all. I am a Cameroonian and I live right now in my country Cameroon. I do not speak English very well so I use google translate for this. I'm gay and this is from my infancy I feel well. I'm making an effort to get rid of my natural but always come running back. when my family know that I'm gay because they chased me in our region being gay is synonymous with bad luck in the family. I was put in prison and up to date I'm still chasing. I changed my town I do not know how many times. I do not know why they do not like us. I want to leave here. I'm 34 right now and I've never had a normal life with someone I love help me foresstango@yahoo.fr
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martial (user currently living in CAMEROON) posted for gay readers on 28/06/2013
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hello to all. I am a Cameroonian and I live right now in my country Cameroon. I do not speak English very well so I use google translate for this. I'm gay and this is from my infancy I feel well. I'm making an effort to get rid of my natural but always come running back. when my family know that I'm gay because they chased me in our region being gay is synonymous with bad luck in the family. I was put in prison and up to date I'm still chasing. I changed my town I do not know how many times. I do not know why they do not like us. I want to leave here. I'm 34 right now and I've never had a normal life with someone I love help me foresstango@yahoo.fr
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Mohit (user currently living in PERU) posted for readers on 11/10/2013
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The real issue I see with this problem is not ccalohote or even the companies who produce ccalohote but rather the lack of opportunnities for parents in Africa. Until real growth policies take place under the rule of law and stability this problem will continue. Imagine if all cocoa was regulated to be produced under fair trade, then all those African's who had worked at menial labor wouldnt have any jobs at all. The solution is not regulation but opportunnity through growth and, of course, education.
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Nikos (user currently living in CAYMAN ISLANDS) posted for readers on 12/10/2013
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